Yahoo Sitebuilder Patches And other sites

In this example, you can see that Yahoo! SiteBuilder is using 35MB of an available 250MB;
that's enough for most web sites. However, installing in Windows 7 will sometimes limit
Yahoo! SiteBuilder to 63MB of memory—that's really not very much. If this happens to you,
follow these steps to manually increase the amount of memory that Yahoo! SiteBuilder can
use:
If Yahoo! SiteBuilder is currently running, exit the program by clicking the File menu and
selecting Exit.
Click the Start Orb in the lower-left of your screen, select Programs, then Accessories, and
finally WordPad.
Click the menu tab in the upper-left of the WordPad window (shown below) and select Open.


Click Computer, then Local Disk (C:). (If you do not see Local Disk (C:) as an option, then click
whichever item has (C:) at the end.)
Select the file ysitebuilder. If you do not see ysitebuilder, make sure to select All Documents
(*.*) from the pull-down menu as shown.


The document that opens should look like this:
"C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\javaw.exe" -cp "C:\Yahoo SiteBuilder\install.jar"
RunSiteBuilder ""
Add a space, then -Xmx512M to the end of the file. The file should now look like this:
"C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\javaw.exe" -cp "C:\Yahoo SiteBuilder\install.jar"
RunSiteBuilder "" -Xmx512M
You can change 512 above, depending on the amount of memory (RAM) in your computer; we
recommend 128, 256, or 512. Please note that inserting a number greater than 512 will not
help Yahoo! SiteBuilder run any        faster, and may even cause the program to become
unstable.
Click the floppy-disk icon to save your changes, then exit WordPad.


Launch Yahoo! SiteBuilder again by double-clicking its shortcut icon on your desktop.

After Yahoo! SiteBuilder has restarted, the number in the lower-right should be larger. It'll be a
little bit less than the number you entered in step 7 above, and that's okay. It should work just
fine.

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1&1.com had sites there as well.  Also had them at Microsoft when their on-line service was in
Beta testing.




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